Tempo di Marcia.
(Over The Clouds.)
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Copyright 1918 by BELWIN Inc. 701 7t.h Ave. N. Y. City.
International Copyright Secured.
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A Surge of Sentiment Translated in Song
Every great emotional crisis which involves a large body of people in a common joy
or woe is the source of creative inspiration* The events of the past three years have vitally
refreshed and strengthened America's pride in her flag and America's loyalty to those prin-
ciples for which her nag stands.
This solidarity of sentiment has found its immediate expression in the unfurling of the
Stars and Stripes from every point of vantage — stately edifices, magnificent mansions, prosak
factory buildings, tenement houses— everywhere one turns, there waves the flag!
Naturally such a picturesque and universal demonstration has voiced itself m song —
fortunately §o simple and direct, both as to words and music as to appeal to all.
There Waves The Flag.
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CHARLES HORWITS CASTON B0BCtL
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pride, The flag for_ which our fa 'then foagW.And far or female), alsO
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Oh come let us sing.
Let our glad voices ring
In praise of the flag we love I
'Tis an emblem so grand*
And the joy of our land,
Tis a gift from our Father above %
It stands for the free.
On the land, on the sea,
As proudly it waves en high;
Tis a beacon so bright,
That welcomes the light
And justice for all 'neath the sky!
No tyrant or foe
On the earth here below,
Will dare mar its beauty bright.
As it waves there unfurled
And informs all the world,
That it stands both for freedom and right $
Our flag, proud and grand.
May it reach ev'ry land,
Give hope to the weak and strong §
May it teach ev'ry tongue.
Our emblem so young,
It never hat stood for the wrong,